Alan Bennett: A Critical Introduction (Studies in Modern by Joseph O'Mealy

By Joseph O'Mealy

Alan Bennett may be most sensible recognized within the united kingdom for the BBC creation of his Talking Heads television performs, whereas the remainder of the realm could realize him for the movie version of his play, The insanity of King George. O'Mealy issues out that Bennett is a social critic strongly inspired by means of Beckett and rapid, attracted to depicting and interpreting the position enjoying of way of life, a'la sociologist Ervin Goffman.

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